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To Be a Family
by Joan Kilby


A great story about friendships and overcoming obstacles and trusting others.
 
 


Froggy's Halloween
by Jonathan London


Nice book. Chocolate flies are the best treat for Froggy.
 
 


Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep
by Lurlene Mcdaniel


A very moving story about the meaning of family and friendship and support through difficult times.
 
 


Now We Are Six
by A.A. Milne


Lovely book of poems by A.A. Milne. Very creative and imaginative.
 
 


Window On My Heart: The Autobiography of Olave, Lady Baden-Powell, G.B.E.
by Lady Baden-Powell and Mary Drewery


A very interesting read about the life of Lady Olave Baden-Powell. I learned lots about not only Olave's life, but also about some unknown aspects of of Guiding and Scouting.
 
 


The Wolf that Never Sleeps: A Story of Baden-Powell
by Marguerite De Beaumont


An interesting biography about Lord Robert Baden-Powell, the founder of Girl Guides and Boy Scouts. It had lots of stories that I have never before heard in the Guiding and Scouting circles. I learned lots about the founder's experience and about it contributed to and shaped the organizations he started over a hundred years ago.
 
 


The Last Flight
by Julie Clark


This book had me hooked from the beginning. Although some parts were predictable, others were not. I enjoy being right and surprised when reading a new book.
 
 


Too Much And Never Enough
by Mary Trump


I had high expectations for Too Much and Never Enough as it has been touted as a “tell-all” memoir and a “scathing takedown” of Donald Trump, written by his niece Mary L. Trump. There was some interesting information in the book and Mary does a great job of showing how the Trump family (and more specifically, how the patriarch of the family, Fred Trump) shaped Donald into the person he is today, but I was expecting more damaging secrets to be exposed. Instead, much of the book centers around how Mary and her brother, Fritz, were mistreated by the family following their father’s early death. It is definitely not what I was expecting.
 
 


Malorie
by Josh Malerman


I loved Bird Box. It is one of my all-time favourite books. So when I found out about Malorie, I was equal parts excited and nervous. Luckily, I really enjoyed it. It’s not quite as good as Bird Box, but it is still fast-paced, interesting, and of course, creepy.
 
 


Home Before Dark
by Riley Sager


This is the third Riley Sager novel that I have read, but is the first that I really enjoyed. Home Before Dark was spooky and atmospheric, with the perfect amount of twists and turns. The ending was maybe a bit over the top, but still super enjoyable. It is very similar to the Netflix adaptation of The Haunting of Hill House, which I loved and now want to re-watch!
 
 
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